We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon. The postdoc will contribute to an NSF-funded project that involve the design and evaluation of a tools that helps teachers reflect on their practice when based on analytics from AI-based tutoring software. These projects are led by Profs. Vincent Aleven and Nikol Rummel who will serve as co-advisers for the postdoc.
The postdoc will be involved in all aspects of the research, including data analysis to understand how teachers affect students in AI-based classrooms, design-based research with teachers to create novel analytics and a novel reflection tool, as well as development, prototyping, and evaluation in real educational settings. The postdoc will help with the development of a framework for handling multimodal data within Tutorshop, our technology platform, participate in the design/co-design of analytics, their implementation in CTAT+Tutorshop, and their visualization in new teacher tools. The postdoc will help with mentoring students who work on the projects. The postdoc will have a major role in publishing the scientific results and presenting them at major conferences.
The position would be for one year with the possibility of a second year. The position would start as soon as possible.
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